Thursday, 11 April, 2013 - 17:30 Hosted by: Catherine Burns In 2006 WiSER hosted a discussion titled: What was at stake in the Zuma trial?, and the panellists were Tawana Kupe, Anton Harber, Deborah Posel, Robert Muponde and Irma du Plessis. Since then across Wits University there have been panel discussions, workshops, seminars and research meetings about rape, usually placed in the wider context of gender based violence and sexual harassment, but no discussion has centred on how we... Topic: Theorizing rape
Earlier in the year, in April, WiSER hosted a very well attended and spirited event about How to think about Rape in South Africa -- the format was a large panel with speakers from law, from rape crisis and research centres, from political history, feminist studies, philosophy, and from psychology, addressing the audience of researchers, academics, activists and students from across a wide range of disciplines On July 3rd 4:00 to 5:30 pm at WiSER (6th floor Richard Ward Building) we will... Topic: Rape globally
Now in its fifth year, SlutWalk Chicago gathers at Water Tower Place to fight rape culture and challenge mindsets of victim-blaming and slut-shaming. This program was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV). Topic: rape culture
Risa Shaw, editor and Publisher of "Not Child's Play", discusses this anthology of true stories, poetry, art and fiction about sibling incest. This interview originally aired in 2001 but is being reprised as the issue of rape and incest are front and center again thanks to the extreme anti-abortion views of vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Topics: incest, rape
victim diary narrating bibliography on topic of rape by fraud rape by deception "non traditional rape" + victim experiential commentary. Topics: rape by fraud, rape by deception, "non traditional rape"
the Ottawa Citizen turned away a rap victim when she requested a rap kit. They told her there was no one who could give her the kit so she should remain dirty and come back on Monday. Outrage. Topic: rape kit protest
Can a strained or damaged relationship ever be reconciled? Esau wanted to see Jacob dead. If the two of them can be reconciled, there is hope for us all! See what happens when these brothers are reunited as we continue our study through the book of Genesis. Topics: Anger, Confrontation, Genesis, Rape